Other functions of the governing council will be to establish and administer a schedule of fees for arbitrators and to accredit arbitrators, conciliators and experts.
The government has inaugurated a governing council of the centre for arbitration and dispute resolution, which will be headed by Peter Kabatsi, former solicitor general.
According to Christopher Gashirabake, the deputy solicitor general, the centre will provide administrative and other technical services in aid of arbitration, conciliation, and alternative dispute resolution.
Gashirabake said this during the inauguration ceremony at the ministry of justice and constitutional affairs headquarters in Kampala.
Other functions of the governing council will be to establish and administer a schedule of fees for arbitrators and to accredit arbitrators, conciliators, and experts.
Gashirabake who represented the attorney general, William Byaruhanga, pointed out that the inauguration of the office-bearers signals an important milestone, that the government attaches to reforms in the administration of justice in the country.
Other members of the governing council include Peter Kinobe the president of Uganda Law Society, Justice Henry Adonyo, Steven Kabagambe, Mwine Kabeho, and Elly Karuhanga.